noun, plural cra·ni·ums, cra·ni·a [krey-nee-uh] /ˈkreɪ ni ə/.
Origin of cranium
Examples from the Web for crania
They must act, and they must end, according to the influences of their crania.My Novel, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
In some crania, there are tusks and incisors in both jaws, but in others neither, or the former only.
We are sufficiently grateful for the hundred or more well-authenticated ancient Greek crania of any sort which remain to us.
That part of your book which compares the crania or skulls of the different races is superb.The Caxtons, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
Specimens examined (five males and four females; seven in alcohol; seven crania extracted and cleaned).Systematics of Megachiropteran Bats in the Solomon Islands|Carleton J. Phillips
British Dictionary definitions for crania
noun plural -niums or -nia (-nɪə)
Word Origin for cranium
Medicine definitions for crania
n. pl. cra•ni•ums
Science definitions for crania
Plural craniums crania
Culture definitions for crania
The part of the skull that encloses the brain.